Post-Graduation Immigration Support Program

Registration is now open for the next Post-Graduation Immigration Support Program Information Session. The program offers detailed instructions on how to apply for immigration programs and free immigration advice from Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants (RCIC) for eligible participants. The virtual info session will take place on Tuesday, January 24, at 5:30 p.m. and graduates can register by clicking here. We would like to ask your help in promoting this program in your respective communities.

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Export Internship Program

The Export Internship Program for Trade Graduates provides an important link between recent graduates and Nova Scotian employers. The program will assist seven graduates who studied in disciplines related to international trade to secure their first job in their field of study and will offer these graduates the hands-on work experience necessary to launch a career in Nova Scotia.

We would like to ask your help in sharing this link with recent trade program graduates who might be interested in the program:


The Study and Stay CONNECT New Year Social Event 2023

The Study and Stay Nova Scotia program hosted a New Year’s social event Friday, January 13th for approximately 50 international students in Halifax. The group engaged in team building actives that challenged their knowledge about Nova Scotia. The EduNova team introduced the Foundations Program for the 1st, 2nd and 3rd-year students in post-secondary schools in the province.

Two other New Year events will be held in Cape Breton in the coming weeks for international students in the region.

Upcoming IDP Connect Webinar

How does international student demand for Nova Scotia match up against other provinces? Join this session hosted by IDP Connect where we will examine updated Nova Scotia’s provincial demand data for universities and colleges. This session will compare international student demand by the province and offer key insights that look beyond capacity and study permit data to examine where student demand is growing. Also covered will be the global competitive landscape overview and how students have more choice than ever when deciding upon their international study destination.

Date: Feb 16,

Time: 11 am to 1pm

Format: Virtual Teams Meeting


EduNova, in partnership with Nova Scotia’s Department of Labour, Skills and Immigration is hosting a Nova Scotia International Education Day in Ottawa — a forum to connect, collaborate and further education and research partnerships. The event aims to showcase and celebrate Nova Scotia’s education and training expertise, solidify our relationships in existing markets, and grow our connections into emerging markets for research, collaboration, and student mobility.

Date: February 7, 2022

Time: 8:00 am – 8:00 pm

Location: Fairmont Chateau Laurier, 1 Rideau Street, Ottawa, Ontario

Rooms: Meetings to be held in the Drawing Room, and the evening reception is to be held in the Laurier Room